“Carl McNair is an outstanding speaker who connects well with college students, administrators and staff. I invited Carl to present at two higher education institutions. In both instances, he was well versed in the subject matter, engaging and gracious. I highly recommend Mr. McNair to the higher education community.”
“Mr. McNair is an outstanding speaker for academic and professional events across a number of industries. His message about pursuing excellence is both inspiring and practical for individuals at all levels of an organization--both big and small. He is diligent in taking time to learn about his audience to connect timeless principles about courage, personal responsibility, and determination that are engaging.”
“I first contacted Mr. McNair to serve as guest speaker at an alumni celebration event. He was gracious enough to accept the invitation despite the late timing. When Carl spoke to the audience, his genuine personality and down-to-earth story-telling resonated with the group. Over the following decade we invited him back to campus and to other regional events numerable times with the same success. Folks really connect to him as a person and to the life lessons embedded in the historic accounts that he shares.”
“I was given the distinct pleasure of experiencing Carl McNair's exciting presentation at the 2013 African American History Month event at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. He shared a wealth of information about the life and legacy of his brother Ronald McNair, along with so many amazing facts about African American men and women who share the distinguished title of NASA astronaut. His interactive presentation style was very personable and engaging and the audience was so impressed. I am still receiving very positive feedback from attendees. I highly recommend Carl McNair as a speaker, educator, and Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) expert.”
Mr. McNair's address and message on character of persistence referencing real world examples including his brother, Dr. Ronald McNair was on point and resonated well with McNair Scholars, faculty mentors, parents as well as our university President.
“Thank you very much for your message, which is much appreciated. It was an honor to meet you, and your presentation was certainly well-received by NCUR our attendees.”
“I want to thank you one more time for your support and dedication to the Ronald E. McNair programs across the nation. Your presence at EWU made a positive impression in across campus. You reinforced our strength to continue assisting students to reach their academic goals.”